Qubino GOAEZMNHID1 User Manual

Qubino GOAEZMNHID1 User Manual
USER MANUAL EN.
QUBINO FLUSH ON/OFF THERMOSTAT
The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat is ideal for remotely controlling electric or water-based
underfloor heating systems, electric water heaters, hot water pumps, electric radiators and
similar.
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Table of contents
About Qubino................................................................................................................................................ 3
Safety Information ........................................................................................................................................ 5
Flush On/Off Thermostat - Available Frequencies ........................................................................................ 6
Where To Buy................................................................................................................................................ 7
1. Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. 7
2. Use Cases .................................................................................................................................................. 9
2.1. Installation examples where Flush On/Off Thermostat is installed behind a wall switch ................ 9
2.2. Installation examples where Flush On/Off Thermostat is installed in the switch box .................... 10
2.3. Additional features of Flush On/Off Thermostat which can make your life easier ......................... 12
3. Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat Advantages and Highlights ............................................................... 13
3.1. Advantages ...................................................................................................................................... 13
3.2. Highlights ......................................................................................................................................... 15
4. Package Contents .................................................................................................................................... 16
5. Technical Terms for Switches.................................................................................................................. 17
6. Compatibility with Z-Wave Gateways (hubs).......................................................................................... 19
7. Installation .............................................................................................................................................. 20
7.1. Installing the device in the switch box ............................................................................................ 21
8. Device Information and Support............................................................................................................. 28
9. Electrical Diagram (110 - 240VAC, 24VDC) ............................................................................................. 29
10. Adding the device to a Z-Wave network (Inclusion) ............................................................................. 30
11. Removing the device from a Z-Wave network (Exclusion) ................................................................... 31
12. Associations .......................................................................................................................................... 32
13. Configuration Parameters ..................................................................................................................... 33
14. Technical Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 56
15. Z-Wave Command Classes .................................................................................................................... 58
16. Important Disclaimer ............................................................................................................................ 62
17. Warning ................................................................................................................................................. 62
18. Regulations............................................................................................................................................ 62
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About Qubino
Qubino is a family of innovative Z-Wave devices, many of them the smallest of their kind.
Numerous breakthrough innovations, 100% quality control, and responsive customer service
make Qubino the number one choice for making your life more comfortable.
Qubino enables you to transform – inexpensively and invisibly – any traditional electric device
into a smart, connected one that you can control with your smart phone. Qubino devices are
simple to install and use, but also extremely versatile - they offer a wealth of additional features
and parameters for you to play with.
We love helping people who enjoy creating new ideas for their home and then using their hard
work and skill to turn those ideas into reality. We admire their passion and resourcefulness. We
do our best to supply you with products that will enable you to create a unique and special home
for yourself. We innovate so that you can be free to make the smartest home possible. With just
a touch of magic.
"Simple is smart." We believe it is smart to make complex things simple. But only when this
means simple for our customers, not for ourselves. We think a lot so that you won't have to when
it comes to installing or using our devices.
For more information visit: www.qubino.com
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About Z-Wave:
The Z-Wave protocol is an interoperable, wireless, RF-based communications technology
designed specifically for control, monitoring, and status reading applications in residential and
light commercial environments. Mature, proven, and broadly deployed (with over 50 million
products sold worldwide), Z-Wave is by far the world market leader in wireless control, bringing
affordable, reliable, and easy-to-use 'smart' products to millions of people in every aspect of daily
life.
Source: www.z-wavealliance.org
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Safety Information
For Qubino, safety is first, so we have prepared lots of safety tips and information that can be
found throughout this manual.
To ensure your safety, please read this manual carefully before installing the device; follow the
instructions exactly. The manufacturer (GOAP d.o.o. Nova Gorica) shall not be legally responsible
for any equipment damage or personal injury caused by incorrect installation or operation other
than that covered in this manual.
ⓘ Please check the Technical Specifications and Electrical Diagram chapters, as well as fuse
requirements in the Installation chapter before installing the device.
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Flush On/Off Thermostat - Available Frequencies
ORDERING CODE
(MODEL NUMBER)
POWER SUPPLY FREQUENCY
Z-WAVE FREQUENCY*
ZMNHID1
50/60 Hz
868,4 MHz
ZMNHID2
50/60 Hz
921,4 MHz
ZMNHID3
50/60 Hz
908,4 MHz
ZMNHID4
50/60 Hz
869,0 MHz
ZMNHID5
50/60 Hz
916,0 MHz
ZMNHID6
50/60 Hz
868,4 MHz
ZMNHID7
50/60 Hz
919,8 MHz
ZMNHID8
50/60 Hz
865,2 MHz
ZMNHID9
50/60 Hz
922,5 MHz
ZMNHIDA
50/60 Hz
919,7 – 921,7 – 923,7 MHz
ZMNHIDB
50/60 Hz
868,1 MHz
ZMNHIDC
50/60 Hz
868,1 MHz
ZMNHIDD
50/60 Hz
919,8 MHz
ZMNHIDE
50/60 Hz
920,9 MHz
*You can check the Z-Wave frequency in your country here:
https://www.silabs.com/products/wireless/mesh-networking/zwave/benefits/technology/global-regions?cid=nat-acq-zwv-041818
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Where To Buy
To find your nearest Qubino dealer visit: http://qubino.com/where-to-buy/
1. Introduction
The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat is ideal for directly controlling electric or water-based
underfloor heating systems, electric water heaters, hot water pumps, electric radiators and
similar.
The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat can measure the power consumption of the connected
electrical device and itself has an extremely low power consumption of just 0.4 W.
The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat can operate across a wide temperature range, from a chilly
-10˚C to a scorching 40˚C (14˚–104˚F). It supports the connection of a digital temperature sensor,
which means you can create complex scenes and switch any device relative to a set temperature
range. The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat also acts as a Z-Wave repeater in order to improve
the range and stability of the Z-Wave network.
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Flush On/Off Thermostat supported functions:
Turn
ON/OFF
W
Measurement
kWh
Measurement
Temperature Sensor
Included
Associations
Z-Wave Repeater
Auto-inclusion
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
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2. Use Cases
The Flush On/Off Thermostat can be used in many different scenes, which can help make your
life more comfortable. We have prepared a few of them for you so you can get an idea for your
next smart home project. Of course, there are countless of other options for how to use Qubino
Flush On/Off Thermostat to remotely control devices via your smartphone.
2.1. Installation examples where Flush On/Off Thermostat is installed behind a wall
switch
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Remotely control water temperature by
controlling electrical water heater
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Remotely control water temperature by
controlling heat pump
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2.2. Installation examples where Flush On/Off Thermostat is installed in the switch box
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Remotely control room temperature by
controlling circulation pumps for heating
radiators
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Remotely control room temperature by
controlling circulation pumps for
underfloor heating systems
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Remotely control room temperature by
controlling wall mounted infrared heating
panel
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Remotely control water temperature by
controlling
sanitary
hot
water
recirculation pump
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Remotely control room temperature by
controlling valves for underfloor heating
systems
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2.3. Additional features of Flush On/Off Thermostat which can make your life easier
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Do you know how much energy you
consume?
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The Flush On/Off Thermostat monitors and
reports energy consumption of connected
devices in real time to your smart home app
(your gateway (hub) needs to support this
feature). Know how much power your
heating system is using.
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Want to control other devices in your
Z-Wave network with the Flush
On/Off Thermostat?
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Connect the Flush On/Off Thermostat
with other devices in your network to
remotely and automatically trigger
another Z-Wave device. And have
other Z-Wave devices trigger your
Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat.
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3. Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat Advantages and
Highlights
3.1. Advantages
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The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat allows the easiest and quickest installation
possible. Because of its small size, it fits smoothly in even the smallest, most shallow and
most crowded flush mounting boxes, which are stuffed with lots of electrical cables and
where every millimetre counts. All this is possible because the Qubino Flush On/Off
Thermostat is the smallest Z-Wave thermostat in the world.
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Qubino guarantees 100% device quality. Such high quality can be delivered because every
Qubino goes through rigorous quality control standards throughout the production
process. Every device has a unique serial number and part number, which are assigned to
the device only after it goes through a strict testing procedure.
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By scanning the QR code on the back of your Qubino device, the serial and part numbers
will be automatically copied on your mobile phone; they also provide direct access to
Qubino’s technical support team. The serial and part numbers of your device are given
automatically every time you open an inquiry with our support team: this instantly shares
the relevant device information we need to provide the best technical support possible.
For details, please see the Device Information and Support chapter.
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The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat is engineered and manufactured in the EU, and
contains only the highest quality components.
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The Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat is certified by an independent European Institute
and has CE, FCC, LVD and EMC certificates to ensure the highest safety standards.
3.2. Highlights
• Remote (via smartphone or PC) and local on/off control of valves for electric or waterbased underfloor heating systems, electric water heaters, hot water pumps, electric
radiators and similar
• Works with push-button (momentary switch) and toggle switch
• Capable of measuring the power consumption of the connected device in real time via
smartphone, which allows you to save on electricity bills*
• Works on 110-240 VAC or 24-30 VDC
• Features one of the easiest and quickest installations of devices of this kind; fits in even
the smallest flush mounting boxes
• Saves and restores the last status after a power failure
• Supports auto-inclusion mode for quick set up
• Automaticaly turn the device on/off based on Histeresis.
• Automatically turn the device on if temperature is too low (antifreeze).
• Supports additional parameters for expert users, which allows for advanced
configuration*
• Acts as a signal repeater which improves the range and stability of your Z-Wave network
• Can be used to remotely control and trigger other devices in your Z-Wave network
*Your gateway (hub) needs to support advanced configuration and parameter input if you wish
to use this feature
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4. Package Contents
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Flush On/Off Thermostat Device
Temperature Sensor
Installation Manual
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5. Technical Terms for Switches
Symbol
Switch example images
Definition
EU
USA
Qubino
Single pole,
single throw
(SPST) - One
switch
controlling one
light / circuit of
lights
One-way
switch
Two-way
switch
(regular
switch)
Toggle
switch
Single pole,
double throw
(SPDT) - Two
switches
controlling the
same light /
circuit of lights
Two-way
switch
Three-way
switch
Two-way
switch
Used when you
have three or
more switches
controlling the
same light
Intermediate switch
Four-way
switch
Intermediate switch
Crossover
switch;
Cross
connection
After being
released, it goes
back to its
original state
Momentary switch
Momentary
switch
Monostable
switch;
Push button
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Other
names
Switch;
Bi-stable
switch
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Qubino devices are installed into flush mounting boxes behind the switches. You can see some
examples below:
For more information on how to install your device, please refer to the Installation chapter.
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6. Compatibility with Z-Wave Gateways (hubs)
Please check compatibility with your Z-Wave gateway (hub) before you purchase this device. If
you don’t see your gateway (hub) in the table below, please contact us at:
http://qubino.com/support/#email.
ⓘ Please note that the gateway (hub) compatibility was updated on 14.3.2018 and it may not
include the latest testing data.
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7. Installation
Before installing the device, please read the following carefully and follow the instructions
exactly:
ⓘ Danger of electrocution!
Installation of this device requires a great degree of skill and may be performed only by a licensed
and qualified electrician. Please keep in mind that even when the device is turned off, voltage
may still be present in the device’s terminals.
ⓘ Note!
Do not connect the device to loads exceeding the recommended values. Connect the device
exactly as shown in the provided diagrams. Improper wiring may be dangerous and result in
equipment damage.
Electrical installation must be protected by directly associated overcurrent protection fuse 10A,
gG or Time lag T, rated breaking capacity 1500A (ESKA 522.727) must be used according to
wiring diagram to achieve appropriate overload protection of the device. The fuse must be
installed in fuse holder type: Adele contact 503Si/1 DS according to the standard IEC60669-2-1.
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7.1. Installing the device in the switch box
The installation process, tested and approved by professional electricians, consists of the
following simple steps:
Step 1 – Turn OFF the fuse:
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To prevent electrical shock and/or equipment damage, disconnect electrical power at the
main fuse or circuit breaker before installation and maintenance.
Be aware that even if the circuit breaker is off, some voltage may remain in the wires —
before proceeding with the installation, be sure no voltage is present in the wiring.
Take extra precautions to avoid accidentally turning the device on during installation.
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Step 2 – Installing the device:
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Connect the device exactly according to the diagrams shown below
Qubino installation
Installation example for circulation pump for radiators:
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After Qubino installation:
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ⓘ Note!
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Place the antenna as far as possible from metal elements as they may cause signal
interference.
Do not shorten the antenna.
The device’s antenna should be as upright as possible. This ensures the device’s operational range
is maximized (up to 98 feet (30 m) line of sight).
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Connection of the temperature sensor:
The digital temperature sensor comes with a 1 m (3.3 ft) cord and a connector to attach it directly to
a Qubino device.
1. To prevent electrical shock, make sure that no voltage is present on the temperature sensor
cable.
2. When connected to Qubino device, the temperature sensor is under high voltage, which is
very dangerous.
3. Goap d.o.o. does not take responsibility for any damage or electrical shock due to incorrect
sensor assembly.
4. The above instructions and description apply to a temperature sensor compatible with
Qubino products only.
5. For more details about the temperature range, see the manual for the temperature sensor
below.
NOTE: When Qubino is wired to 110-240VAC (high voltage) the temperature sensor must not be
in direct contact with water.
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Step 3 – Turn ON the fuse:
Step 4 – Add the device to your Z-Wave network:
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For more details on how to include the device, please refer to the Z-Wave Inclusion
chapter.
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Step 5 – The Installation is now complete. It’s time to make your life more comfortable with
the help of the Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat
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8. Device Information and Support
Did you know that Qubino offers Z-Wave devices with 100% quality control guaranteed
throughout the production process? Every single unit is tested and examined before being
approved for sale – a truly unique pledge in the industry.
Why is this important?
Every device has a dedicated serial number and part number, which is assigned to the device only
after it goes through a strict testing procedure.
By scanning the QR code on the back of your Qubino, its device title, serial number, and part
number are automatically copied to your mobile phone. You can also use the code for direct
access to the device page for more information. If you still don’t find what you’re looking for,
click on the link to Qubino technical support team. They will be able to automatically read the
serial and part number from your device and quickly review the production log file containing the
production date as well as any relevant device parameters and information. This process allows
our team to immediately identify and address issues, giving you the best support possible.
Based on customer and business partner feedback, we’re proud to boast Qubino’s support team
as the best and fastest on the market. If you don't find the answers to your questions in this
document, please contact our support team by scanning the QR code on your device or through
our website: http://qubino.com/support/#email. We will try to help you as soon as possible.
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9. Electrical Diagram (110 - 240VAC, 24VDC)
Notes for diagram:
N
L
Q⬆
I3
I2
I1
TS
*
Neutral wire (+VDC)
Live (line) wire (-VDC)
Output for electrical device
Input for switch /push button or sensor*
Input for switch /push button or sensor*
Input for switch /push button or sensor*
Temperature sensor terminal
Wago 221-413 splicing connectors for L and N connection must be used only when
connected to 240 VAC.
S
Service button
*For details please check parameters 11, 12 and 13 (see Chapter: Configuration Parameters)
WARNING:
The service (S) button must NOT be used when the device is connected to a 110-240V power
supply.
The durability of the device depends on the applied load. For resistive loads (light bulbs, etc.) and
10A current consumption of an electrical device, the product’s lifespan exceeds 100,000 toggles.
ⓘ
The temperature sensor should not be exposed to water.
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10. Adding the device to a Z-Wave network (Inclusion)
AUTOMATICALLY ADDING THE DEVICE TO A Z-WAVE NETWORK (AUTO INCLUSION)
1. Enable add/remove mode on your Z-Wave gateway (hub)
2. Connect the device to the power supply (with the temperature sensor already connected).
3. Auto-inclusion will be initiated within 5 seconds of connection to the power supply and the
device will automatically enrol in your network
MANUALLY ADDING THE DEVICE TO A Z-WAVE NETWORK (MANUAL INCLUSION)
1. Enable add/remove mode on your Z-Wave gateway (hub)
2. Connect the device to the power supply (with the temperature sensor already connected*)
3. Toggle the switch connected to the I1 terminal 3 times within 3 seconds. The device has to
get On/Off signal 3 times, meaning 3 times push on the push button or 6 times press of the
switch.
OR
If the device is powered by 24 V SELV supply, press and hold the S (Service) button between 2
and 6 seconds
4. A new multi-channel device will appear on your dashboard
*If connecting the temperature sensor, switch off the power supply and make sure the device is
excluded from your network BEFORE connecting the sensor.
ⓘ
Make sure the device is excluded from your network before connecting the temperature
sensor. Switch off the power supply, connect the temperature sensor, and re-include the device
to your network.
ⓘ If the device is included with parameters 100,101 or 102 (see Chapter: Configuration
Parameters) with values that are different from default and the device reset in finished, please
wait at least 30 seconds before next inclusion.
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11. Removing the device from a Z-Wave network
(Exclusion)
REMOVAL FROM A ZWAVE NETWORK (Z-WAVE EXCLUSION)
1. Connect the device to the power supply
2. Make sure the device is within direct range of your Z-Wave gateway (hub) or use a hand-held
Z-Wave remote to perform exclusion
3. Enable add/remove mode on your Z-Wave gateway (hub)
4. Toggle the switch connected to the I1 terminal 3 times within 3 seconds
OR
If the device is powered by 24 V SELV supply, press and hold the S (Service) button between 2
and 6 seconds
5. The device will be removed from your network but any custom configuration parameters will
not be erased
FACTORY RESET
1. Connect the device to the power supply
2. Within the first minute (60 seconds) the device is connected to the power supply, toggle the
switch connected to the I1 terminal 5 times within 3 seconds (5 times change switch state)
OR
If the device is powered by 24 V SELV supply, press and hold the S (Service) button for more than
6 seconds
ⓘ By resetting the device, all custom parameters previously set on the device will return to
their default values, and the owner ID will be deleted. Use this reset procedure only when the
main gateway (hub) is missing or otherwise inoperable.
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12. Associations
Use associations for direct communication between the Flush On/Off Thermostat and other
devices within your Z-Wave network without the need of your primary gateway (hub).
Association Groups:
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Group 1: Lifeline group (reserved for communication with the primary gateway (hub)), 1
node allowed.
Group 2: Basic on/off (status change report for Q load), up to 16 nodes.
Group 3: SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_GET (triggered once per minute if Parameter 121 is not 0)
up to 16 nodes.
Group 4: Basic on/off (triggered when actual temperature reach Too high or Too Low
temperature limit, it sends FF/00 in Cool Mode, 00/FF in Heat Mode and 00 when
thermostat is off; hysteresis is 1°C) up to 16 nodes.
Group 5: THERMOSTAT_SETPOINT_GET (triggered once per minute if Parameter 121 is not
0) up to 16 nodes.
Group 6: Basic on/off (trigged by change of I1 if window sensor functionality is selected by
parameter no. 11) up to 16 nodes.
Group 7: Basic on/off (trigged by change of I2 if condense sensor functionality is selected
by parameter no. 12) up to 16 nodes.
Group 8: Basic on/off (trigged by change of I3 if flood sensor functionality is selected by
parameter no. 13) up to 16 nodes.
Group 9: Sensor multilevel report (trigged by change of temperature) up to 16 nodes.
Group 10: Basic on/off (triggered by change of the output Q state and reflecting its state),
up to 16 nodes, Basic Set ON/OFF command is delayed for the time defined in parameter
no. 77.
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13. Configuration Parameters
Parameter no. 1 – Input I1 switch type
With this parameter, you can select between push-button (momentary) and on/off toggle
switch types.
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
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default value 1
0 - push-button (momentary)
1 - on/off toggle switch
Parameter no. 2 – Input I2 switch type
With this parameter, you can select between push-button (momentary) and on/off toggle
switch types.
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
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default value 1
0 - push-button (momentary)
1 - on/off toggle switch
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Parameter no. 3 – Input I3 switch type
With this parameter, you can select between push-button (momentary) and on/off toggle
switch types.
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
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default value 1
0 - push-button (momentary)
1 - on/off toggle switch
Parameter no. 4 – Input 1 contact type
This parameter determines how the sensor is connected (for example: door/window sensor)
Set this parameter according to the type of sensor you use.
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
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•
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default value 0
0 - NO (normally open) input type
1 - NC (normally close) input type
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NOTE: This parameter has influence only when parameter no. 11 is set to the value “2”. After
setting this parameter, switch the window sensor once, so that the device can determine the
input state.
Parameter no. 5 – Input 2 contact type
This parameter determines how the sensor is connected (for example: door/window sensor).
Set this parameter according to the type of sensor you use.
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
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•
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default value 0
0 - NO (normally open) input type
1 - NC (normally close) input type
NOTE: This parameter has influence only when parameter no. 12 is set to the value “2000”. After
setting this parameter, switch the condense sensor once, so that the device can determine the
input state.
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Parameter no. 6 – Input 3 contact type
This parameter determines how the sensor is connected (for example: door/window sensor).
Set this parameter according to the type of sensor you use.
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
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default value 0
0 - NO (normally open) input type
1 - NC (normally close) input type
NOTE: This parameter has influence only when parameter no. 13 is set to the value “2”. After
setting this parameter, switch the flood sensor once, so that the device can determine the input
state.
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Parameter no. 10 - Activate / deactivate ALL ON / ALL OFF Functionality
Flush On/Off Thermostat device responds to commands ALL ON / ALL OFF that may be sent by
the primary or secondary gateway (hub) within the Z-Wave network.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
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default value 255
255 - ALL ON active, ALL OFF active.
0 - ALL ON not active, ALL OFF not active
1 - ALL ON not active, ALL OFF active
2 - ALL ON active, ALL OFF not active
Parameter no. 11- I1 Functionality selection
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
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default value 1
32767 – input I1 doesn’t influence on the Heat/Cool process
1 - input I1 changes the mode of the thermostat between Off and Heat/Cool. In this case
function on window sensor is disabled
• 2 - input I1 influences on heating/cooling valves according to status of window sensor. In
this case function of Off and Heat/Cool selection by I1 is disabled.
NOTE: If "Window Sensor" selected (value set to "2"), parameter 100 (enable/disable endpoint)
must be set to non-zero value and module re-included!
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Parameter no. 12 – I2 Functionality selection
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
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default value 32767
32767 - input I2 does not influence on the Heat/Cool process
From 0 to 990 - Temperature set point from 0.0 °C to 99.0 °C. When I2 is pressed, it
automatically set temperature setpoint according to value defined here. In this case
function of condense sensor is disabled
From 1001 to 1150 - Temperature set point from -0.1 °C to -15.0 °C. When I2 is pressed,
it automatically set temperature setpoint according to value defined here. In this case
function of condense sensor is disabled
2000 - Input I2 influences on the heating/cooling valve according to status of condense
sensor, In this case function of setpoint selection with I2 is disabled. This option has
influence only when Parameter no. 59 is in Cool mode.
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NOTE: If "Condense Sensor" selected (value set to "2000"), parameter 101 (enable/disable
endpoint) must be set to non-zero value and device re-included!
Parameter no. 13 – I3 Functionality selection
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
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default value 32767
32767 - input I3 does not influence on the Heat/Cool process
1 - input I3 changes the mode of the thermostat between Heat and Cool and override
parameter 59. In this case function on flood sensor is disabled NOTE: After parameter
change, first exclude device (without setting parameters to default value) and then re
include the device!
2 - input I3 influences on cooling and heating valves according to status of flood sensor.
In this case function of Heat and Cool selection by I3 is disabled
NOTE: If "Flood Sensor" selected (value set to "2"), parameter 102 (enable/disable endpoint)
must be set to non-zero value and device re-included!
Parameter no. 40 – Watt Power Consumption Reporting Threshold for Q⬆ Load
Choose by how much power consumption needs to increase or decrease to be reported. Values
correspond to percentages so if 10 is set, for example, the device will report any power
consumption changes of 10% or more compared to the last reading.
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
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default value 0
0 - Power consumption reporting disabled
1 - 100 = 1% - 100% Power consumption reporting enabled. New value is reported only
when Wattage in real time changes by more than the percentage value set in this
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parameter compared to the previous Wattage reading, starting at 1% (the lowest value
possible).
NOTE: Power consumption needs to increase or decrease by at least 1 Watt to be reported,
REGARDLESS of percentage set in this parameter.
Parameter no. 42 – Watt Power Consumption Reporting Time Threshold for Q⬆
Set value refers to the time interval with which power consumption in Watts is reported (0 –
32767 seconds). If for example 300 is entered, energy consumption reports will be sent to the
gateway (hub) every 300 seconds (or 5 minutes).
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
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•
•
default value 0 (power report is disabled)
0 - Power consumption reporting disabled
1 - 32767 = 1 - 32767 seconds. Power consumption reporting enabled. Report is sent
according to time interval (value) set here.
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Parameter no. 43 – Hysteresis On
This parameter defines minimum temperature difference between real measured temperature
and set-point temperature to turn device on.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
•
default value 1005 (-0.5 °C)
0 – 255 = 0.0 °C … 25.5°C
1001 - 1255 = -0.1°C ~ -25.5 °C
NOTE: Values set for Hysteresis On/Off are valid for Heat Mode. If Cool Mode is selected, values
are inverted automatically.
Parameter no. 44 – Hysteresis Off
This parameter defines minimum temperature difference between real measured temperature
and set-point temperature to turn device off.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
•
default value 5 (+0.5 °C)
0 - 255 = 0.0 °C - 25.5 °C
1001 - 1255 = -0.1 °C ~ -25.5 °C
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NOTE: Values set for Hysteresis On/Off are valid for Heat Mode. If Cool Mode is selected, values
are inverted automatically.
Parameter no. 45 – Antifreeze
Set value determines at which temperature the device will be turned on even (if the thermostat
was manually set to off).
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
•
•
default value 50 (5.0 °C)
0 - 125 = 0.0 °C - 12.5 °C
1001 - 1126 = -0.1°C ~ -12.6 °C
255 - Antifreeze functionality disabled
NOTE: Antifreeze is activated only in heating mode and it uses hysteresis of ±0.5°C.
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Parameter no. 59 - Thermostat mode
This parameter determines how the device will operate if it will operate in the heating mode or
in the cooling mode. The range of the hysteresis will remain the same, only operation will change
from heating to cooling and vice versa
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
•
•
default value 0
0 - Heat mode
1 - Cool mode
NOTE1: After parameter change, first exclude device (without setting parameters to default
value) and then re include the device!
NOTE2:
To enable hysteresis in Heat mode: Value of Parameter no. 44 > Value of Parameter no. 43
To enable hysteresis in Cool mode: Value of Parameter no. 43 > Value of Parameter no. 44
NOTE3: When Cooling mode selected, the function of Hysteresis On and Hysteresis Off is
inverted!
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Parameter no. 60 – Too low temperature limit
This parameter determines the temperature at which the device sends a command to the
associated device - to turn ON device or to turn OFF device.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
•
Default value 50 (Too low temperature limit is 5.0 °C)
1 - 1000 = 0.1 °C – 100.0 °C, step is 0.1 °C.
1001 – 1150 = -0.1 °C ~ – 15.0 °C
NOTE: Too low temperature limit is used with Association Group 4.
Parameter no. 61 – Too high temperature limit
This parameter determines the temperature at which the device sends a command to the
associated device, to turn ON device or to turn OFF device.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
default value 700 (too high temperature limit is 70.0 °C)
1 - 1000 = 0.1 °C - 100.0 °C, step is 0.1 °C. Too high temperature limit is used with
Association Group 4.
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Parameter no. 63 – Output switch selection
Set value determines the type of the device connected to the on/off output. The output type
can be normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC).
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
•
•
default value 0
0 - When switch/device is off the output is 0V (NC).
1 - When switch/device is off the output is 240V or 24V (NO).
Parameter no. 70 – Input 1 status on delay
This parameter specifies the delay before the device executes command, after input I1 is
activated. For example, if you set the parameter to 30 seconds and close the window, heater will
turn ON after 30 seconds.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
default value 0
1 - 32000 seconds
If the value of parameter is different to 0, means that the Influence of this input to heating or
cooling will react after inserted time. This parameter has influence only when the window
sensor functionality is selected by the parameter no. 11.
NOTE: Device status on UI change immediately, but the command will be sent after time set.
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Parameter no. 71 – Input 1 status off delay
This parameter specifies the delay before the device executes command after input I1 is
deactivated.
For example, if you set the parameter to 30 seconds and open the window, heater will turn OFF
after 30 seconds.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
default value 0
1 - 32000 seconds
If the value of parameter is different to 0, means that the Influence of this input to heating or
cooling will react after inserted time. This parameter has influence only when the window
sensor functionality is selected by the parameter no. 11.
NOTE: Device status on UI change immediately but the command will be send after the set
time.
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Parameter no. 72 – Input 2 status on delay
This parameter specifies the delay before the device execute command after input I2 is activated.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
default value 0
1 - 32000 seconds
NOTE: This parameter has influence only when the condense sensor functionality is selected by
the parameter no. 12.
Parameter no. 73 – Input 2 status off delay
This parameter specifies the delay before the device execute command after input I2 is
deactivated.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
default value 0
1 - 32000 seconds
NOTE: This parameter has influence only when the condense sensor functionality is selected by
the parameter no. 12.
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Parameter no. 74 – Input 3 status on delay
This parameter specifies the delay before the device execute command after input I3 is activated.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
default value 0
1 - 32000 seconds
NOTE: This parameter has influence only when the flood sensor functionality is selected by the
parameter no. 13.
Parameter no. 75 – Input 3 status off delay
This parameter specifies the delay before the device execute command after input I3 is
deactivated.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
default value 0
1 - 32000 seconds
NOTE: This parameter has influence only when the flood sensor functionality is selected by the
parameter no. 13.
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Parameter no. 76 – Association group 2, 10 - reporting on time interval
Determinates the time interval of sending device status ON/OFF to the associated device.
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
•
•
Default value 30 = 30 minutes
0 = Reporting disabled
1-127 = 1 minute – 127 minutes, reporting enabled
NOTE: If the Association groups 2 or 10 are set, the device is reporting its state (Basic Set ON/
OFF) on change and on time interval (if this parameter is set).
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Parameter no. 77 – Association group 10 - delay before sending Basic Set ON
Set a time delay before sent Basic set ON to the associated device. The same time frame also
applies for the Basic set OFF.
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
•
Default value 180 = 3 minutes
0 = Reports with no delay
1-32767 = 1 second – 32767 seconds, reporting enabled
NOTE: If this parameter is set, Basic Set ON/OFF Report is delayed for the time defined in this
parameter.
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Parameter no. 78 – Scale Selection
This parameter determines in which measurement unit the device will report temperature Fahrenheit or Celsius.
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
•
•
Default value 0 = degrees Celsius
0 = degrees Celsius
1 = degrees Fahrenheit
NOTE: This scale has influence on Temperature reporting and scale reporting. The device is
capable of receiving a Set point in all supported scales
Parameter no. 100 – Enable / Disable Endpoint I1 or select the Notification Type and the
Notification Event
Choose whether the Endpoint I1 is disabled (and not shown on the UI) or enabled (and displayed
on the UI). By enabling this endpoint (setting it to be either a notification sensor or a binary
sensor), the user also selects a Notification Type and a Notification Event for which notification
reports will be sent (in case the endpoint is configured as a notification sensor).
Endpoint device type selection:
-notification sensor (1 - 6):
GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_NOTIFICATION, SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOTIFICATION_SENSOR
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
•
•
•
•
default value 0
1 - Home Security; Motion Detection, unknown location
2 - CO; Carbon Monoxide detected, unknown location
3 - CO2; Carbon Dioxide detected, unknown location
4 - Water Alarm; Water Leak detected, unknown location
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•
•
•
5 - Heat Alarm; Overheat detected, unknown location
6 - Smoke Alarm; Smoke detected, unknown location
0 - Endpoint, I2 disabled
-sensor binary (9): GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY, SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
9 - Sensor binary
NOTE1: After changing the values of the parameter, first exclude the device (without setting the
parameters to their default values), then wait at least 30s and then re-include the device!
NOTE 2: When the parameter is set to the value 9 the notifications are sent for the Home
Security notification type.
NOTE3: If "endpoint enabled" (value is set to 1-9), parameter 11 must be set to "2" as "Window
Sensor" to determine how device input I1 will operate
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Parameter no. 101 – Enable / Disable Endpoint I2 or select the Notification Type and the
Notification Event
Choose whether the Endpoint I2 is disabled (and not shown on the UI) or enabled (and displayed
on the UI). By enabling this endpoint (setting it to be either a notification sensor or a binary
sensor), the user also selects a Notification Type and a Notification Event for which notification
reports will be sent (in case the endpoint is configured as a notification sensor).
Endpoint device type selection:
-notification sensor (1 - 6): GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_NOTIFICATION,
SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOTIFICATION_SENSOR
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
default value 0
1 - Home Security; Motion Detection, unknown location
2 - CO; Carbon Monoxide detected, unknown location
3 - CO2; Carbon Dioxide detected, unknown location
4 - Water Alarm; Water Leak detected, unknown location
5 - Heat Alarm; Overheat detected, unknown location
6 - Smoke Alarm; Smoke detected, unknown location
0 - Endpoint, I2 disabled
-sensor binary (9): GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY, SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
9 - Sensor binary
NOTE: If "endpoint enabled" (value is set to 1-9), parameter 12 must be set to "2000" as
"Condense Sensor" to determine how device input I2 will operate
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Parameter no. 102 – Enable / Disable Endpoint I3 or select the Notification Type and the
Notification Event
Choose whether the Endpoint I3 is disabled (and not shown on the UI) or enabled (and displayed
on the UI). By enabling this endpoint (setting it to be either a notification sensor or a binary
sensor), the user also selects a Notification Type and a Notification Event for which notification
reports will be sent (in case the endpoint is configured as a notification sensor).
Endpoint device type selection:
-notification sensor (1 - 6): GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_NOTIFICATION,
SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOTIFICATION_SENSOR
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
default value 0
1 - Home Security; Motion Detection, unknown location
2 - CO; Carbon Monoxide detected, unknown location
3 - CO2; Carbon Dioxide detected, unknown location
4 - Water Alarm; Water Leak detected, unknown location
5 - Heat Alarm; Overheat detected, unknown location
6 - Smoke Alarm; Smoke detected, unknown location
0 - Endpoint, I2 disabled
-sensor binary (9): GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY, SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
9 - Sensor binary
NOTE: If "endpoint enabled" (value is set to 1-9), parameter 13 must be set to "2" as "Flood
Sensor" to determine how device input I3 will operate
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Parameter no. 110 – Temperature Sensor Offset Settings
Set value is added to or subtracted from the actually measured value to adjust the temperature
report sent by an external sensor. This parameter only applies to the Celsius temperature unit
(the Fahrenheit unit is currently not supported).
Values (size is 2 byte dec):
•
•
•
•
default value 32536
32536 - Offset is 0 °C.
1 - 100 - Where 1 stands for 0.1°C and 100 stands for 10.00°C added to the actual
measurement.
1001 - 1100 – Where 1001 stands for -0.1°C and 1100 stands for -10.0°C subtracted
from the actual measurement.
NOTE: If the Parameter 78 is set to 1, the report will be in Fahrenheit, but offset setting must be
done in Celsius.
Parameter no. 120 – Temperature Sensor Reporting Threshold
If an external digital temperature sensor is connected to the device, it reports temperature
readings based on the threshold defined in this parameter. This parameter only applies to the
Celsius temperature unit (the Fahrenheit unit is currently not supported).
Values (size is 1 byte dec):
•
•
Default value 5 = 0.5°C
0 – Reporting disabled
1 - 127 = Where 1 stands for 0.1 and 127 stands for 12.7 degrees
NOTE: If the Parameter 78 is set to 1, the report will be in Fahrenheit, but offset setting must be
done in Celsius.
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14. Technical Specifications
Power supply
110 - 240 VAC ±10% 50/60Hz, (24-30VDC)
Rated load current of AC/DC output 1 X 10A (240VAC) /
(resistive load)*
1 X 10A / 30VDC
Output circuit power of AC/DC
output (resistive load)
2300W (240VAC) /
240W (24VDC)
Power measurement accuracy
P=5-50W, +/-3W
P>50W, +/-3%
Operation temperature
-10 ~ +40°C (14 ~ 104°F)
Z-Wave operation range
up to 30 m indoors (98 ft)
Dimensions (WxHxD) (package)
41,8x36,8x16,9 mm (115x96x22 mm) / 1,65x1,45x0,66 in
(4,25x3,77x0,87 in)
41.8 mm x 36.8 mm x 15.4 mm (115x96x22)
Weight (with package)
48 g (64 g) / 1,69oz (2.26oz)
Electricity consumption
0,4W
For installation in boxes
Ø ≥ 60 mm (2,36 in) or 2M,
depth≥ 60 mm (2,36 in)
Switching
Relay
Digital temperature sensor range
-25 ~ +80°C (-13~ 176°F), resolution 0.1°C
Digital temperature sensor cable
length
1000 mm (39,37 in)
Z-Wave Repeater
Yes
* In case of loads other than resistive loads, please pay attention to the value of cos φ. If necessary,
connect loads less powerful than what they’re rated for – this applies to all motor loads. Max current for
cos φ=0,4 is 3A at 250VAC, 3A at 24VDC L/R=7ms.
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Functionality:
Thermostat has 2 working modes, Off or Heat/Cool. Selection between Off and Heat/Cool is
possible with I1 push button or with gateway (hub). When the thermostat is turned on it
automatically regulates the temperate based on Hysteresis on and Hysteresis off parameter
settings.
When the temperature is decreasing and reaches point 1 (defined by parameter 43), heating
device is turned on and remains active until the temperature in the room is not increased to
reach point 2 (defined by parameter 44). In this moment heating device is turned off.
When heating device is turned off, then it is working in antifreeze regime. The antifreeze regime
turns on heating device when the temperature is lower or equal to the temperature set by
parameter 45.
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15. Z-Wave Command Classes
ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_REPORT_ROLE_TYPE_SLAVE_ALWAYS_ON
GENERIC_TYPE_THERMOSTAT
SPECIFIC_TYPE_THERMOSTAT_GENERAL_V2
Z-Wave supported Command Classes
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY
COMMAND_CLASS_POWERLEVEL
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_BINARY
COMMAND_CLASS_THERMOSTAT_MODE_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_THERMOSTAT_SETPOINT_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION_V5
COMMAND_CLASS_METER_V4
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V7
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_V4
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_CONFIGURATION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
Endpoint1
Device Class:
GENERIC_TYPE_THERMOSTAT
SPECIFIC_TYPE_THERMOSTAT_GENERAL_V2
Command Classes:
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_ALL
COMMAND_CLASS_THERMOSTAT_MODE_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_THERMOSTAT_SETPOINT_V2
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COMMAND_CLASS_METER_V4
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
Endpoint 2 (I1):
Device Class:
GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY
SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED
Command Classes:
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_BINARY
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION_V5
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
Endpoint 3 (I2):
Device Class:
GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY
SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED
Command Classes:
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_BINARY
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION_V5
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
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Endpoint 4 (I3):
Device Class:
GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_BINARY
SPECIFIC_TYPE_NOT_USED
Command Classes:
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_BINARY
COMMAND_CLASS_NOTIFICATION_V5
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO
COMMAND_CLASS_MARK
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC_V2
Endpoint 5 (SENSOR MULTILEVEL):
Device Class:
GENERIC_TYPE_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL
SPECIFIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL
Command Classes:
COMMAND_CLASS_ZWAVEPLUS_INFO_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_VERSION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL_V7
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_V2
COMMAND_CLASS_MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION_V3
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION_GRP_INFO
COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC
The basic command class supports the functions BASIC SET and BASIC GET. Through the
function basic SET is possible to set the mode of the device. Basic SET can send the values 0xff
which means Heat/Cool and 0x00 which means Off. Through the function basic GET is possible
to read the mode of the device. The device returns 0xff which means Heat/Cool or 0x00 which
means Off.
COMMAND_CLASS_SENSOR_MULTILEVEL
Flush On/Off Thermostat supports reading of actual temperature which is 2 bytes long, scale is
°C and its precision is 1 (it means 0,1°C).
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COMMAND_CLASS_THERMOSTAT_MODE
Flush On/Off Thermostat supports the following modes:
•
•
Mode Off
Mode Heat/Cool (see parameter 59.)
COMMAND_CLASS_THERMOSTAT_SETPOINT
Flush On/Off Thermostat supports temperature set point, which is 2 bytes long, scale is °C and
its precision is 1 (it means 0,1°C).
COMMAND_CLASS_METER
•
Default values:
o Rate Type = 1 (Import)
o Scale = 0 (kWh)
This product can be included and operated in any Z-Wave network with other Z-Wave certified
devices from any other manufacturers. All constantly powered nodes in the same network will
act as repeaters regardless of the vendor in order to increase reliability of the network.
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16. Important Disclaimer
Z-Wave wireless communication is not always 100% reliable. This device should not be used in
situations in which life and/or valuables are solely dependent on its functioning. If the device is
not recognized by your gateway (hub) or shows up incorrectly, you may need to change the
device type manually and make sure your gateway (hub) supports multi-channel devices. Contact
us for help before returning the device: http://qubino.com/support/#email
17. Warning
Do not dispose of electrical appliances as unsorted municipal waste, use separate collection
facilities. Contact your local government for information regarding the collection systems
available. If electrical appliances are disposed of in landfills or dumps, hazardous substances can
leak into the groundwater and get into the food chain, damaging your health and well-being.
When replacing old appliances with new ones, the retailer is legally obligated to take back your
old appliance for disposal free of charge.
18. Regulations
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT:
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation NOTE: This
equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not in-stalled and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures: —Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. —Increase the separation
between the equipment and receiver. —Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected. —Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/ TV technician for help.
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Legal Notice
This user manual is subject to change and improvement without notice. GOAP d.o.o. Nova Gorica
reserves all rights to revise and update all documentation without any obligation to notify any
individual or entity.
Declaration of Conformity
Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat device is in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of the Low voltage (LVD) Directive (2014/35/EU), Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) Directive (2014/30/EU), Radio Equipment Directive (2014/53/EU), Directive
RoHS 2 (2011/65/EU) and Directive ErP (2009/125/EC).
WEEE
According to the WEEE (Waste electrical and electronic equipment) Directive, do not dispose of
this product as household waste or commercial waste. Waste electrical and electronic equipment
should be appropriately collected and recycled as required by practices established for your
country. For information on recycling of this product, please contact your local authorities, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
NOTE: User manual is valid for device with SW version S5 (SW version is part of P/N)!
Example:P/N: ZMNHIDx HXS5PX
GOAP d.o.o. Nova Gorica
Ulica Klementa Juga 007, 5250 Solkan, Slovenia
E-mail: info@qubino.com
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Web: www.qubino.com
Date: 24.4.2019; V 0.3
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